Anderson
I. biographical name Carl David 1905-1991 American physicist II. biographical name John 1882-1958 1st Viscount Waverley British politician III. biographical name Dame Judith 1898-1992 originally Frances Margaret Anderson Australian actress IV. biographical name Marian 1897-1993 American contralto V. biographical name Maxwell 1888-1959 American dramatist VI. biographical name Philip Warren 1923- American physicist VII. biographical name Sherwood 1876-1941 American writer VIII. geographical name 1. city central Indiana population 59,734 2. city NW South Carolina population 25,514 3. river 430 miles (692 kilometers) NW Canada flowing W & N into Beaufort Sea

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  • Anderson — Anderson1 [an′dər sən] 1. Carl David 1905 91; U.S. physicist; discovered the positron (1932) 2. Dame Judith 1898 1992; U.S. actress, born in Australia 3. Marian 1897? 1993; U.S. contralto 4. Maxwell [maks′wel΄, maks′wəl] 1888 1959; U.S.… …   English World dictionary

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